Friends, gather round. We'd like you to look at this really big cow (OK, steer) named Knickers, who is six feet, three inches tall and currently dwarfing his peers on a farm in Western Australia.
Knickers, a seven-year-old Holstein Friesian, who was originally purchased to lead other cattle around, currently holds the unofficial title of Australia's biggest bovine representative. He weighs 1.4 tonnes, which is about 3,086 pounds. A lot!
See if you can spot him in this video from 7 News in Brisbane. It's OK; take your time.